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Staffing Smarter

What actually makes a good employee? That means no more “Why should we hire you?” or “Where do you see yourself in 5 years?” Instead, get a little more personal. You already know the hole you want a candidate to … Continue reading

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Employee Feedback

  A business owner who has never asked employees for their brutally honest and candid opinions about their company’s greatest strengths and serious weakness is missing out on some priceless information. Here are questions that should be asked: If you … Continue reading

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The Applicant

Always be smarter than the people who hire you- Lena Horn  Bonus: Actually this shouldn’t be too difficult, really .What’s difficult is trying not to show it.   Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and … Continue reading

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The Network

Aim to send one email or social message every week  to someone on the edge of your network, meaning a former colleague or a friend of a friend, You’ll kick off conversations with people who may eventually lead you to … Continue reading

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Education vs. Skills

People automatically assume that in order to change jobs or careers they need additional education. That is not always the case…. Many of us have skills and experiences that are applicable to a myriad of opportunities successfully master an interview, … Continue reading

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